Charlotte Bobcats point guard Ramon Sessions enjoyed arguably the best season of his career this past year. The South Carolina native had to look for a new team as he found out the Los Angeles Lakers were going to sign Steve Nash before the start of this season. Eventually he settled for Charlotte as they offered him a two-year $10 million deal.
Judging by many NBA reporters he was the best signing of the Bobcats in a long time. His numbers went up in almost every category compared to his career averages this year.He averaged 14.4 points, 3.8 assists and 2.8 rebounds in only 27 minutes of playing time. If it weren't for Kemba Walker he would probably have a starting job with the Bobcats.
He also managed to get to the line 7.6 times per 36 minutes and gave the Bobcats a advantage against other backcourts in the NBA with his ability to drive the lane and draw fouls. His 84% from the Free Throw line was among the best in his team. His jump shot on the other hand wasn't consistent but that didn't stop him from being one of the most important players for Charlotte this season. If he continues this level of play the Bobcats wouldn't mind offering him a extension after his contract is up next season.